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CNN
Sep 30, 2012 12:00pm PDT
of another election, he's being asked, are you better off off than they were. but how much money could you have? if washington had put aside its pride, they could work with some people. >> these two have had your back. sheila baer's job was to deal with banks. neil's job was to be a watchdog over t.a.r.p. he wrote a book called "bailout." investigating wa investigating. to say things are just as bad now as they were then is just wrong. >> if you're an executive looking at losing your job and your bonuses, certainly when they were how they were in 2010 as they were in 2008. if you're someone who is now enjoying their 99th week of unemployment, you may differ with the fact that you're necessarily better off. certainly overall, we have a much more stable economy and things are hopefully on the upswing, but there is a lot of people who are unnecessarily left behind. >> sheila, your new book is called "bull by the horns. fighting to save main street from wall street and wall street from itself." the title of your two books have a similar theme to them. both of you think chicago and washington h
CNN
Oct 6, 2012 10:00am PDT
these people are crunching. it shows you how disgusting and contentious an election can be. people realize our government is big. it's become much bigger. and well thinking moderates in both parties can say we need a smaller footprint of the government. when the small government movement comes out and says crazy things like this it hurts their cause. >> agree with you. thanks for clearing that up. stay there we'll be back to you. stephen moore is a writer for the "wall street journal". stephen, i want to talk about the real stuff here, the real meat of this jobs report. i think christine's point is very valid and that is there's a reasonable and strong argument for mauler, more effective government in the united states but these kind of conspiracy theorys do nothing to then cause. >> reporter: it's miystifying. a lot of us economists are peering these numbers closer but i don't believe there was a conspiracy. >> if you don't believe there was a expiration. take your best shot. it's not a number that barack obama can really crow about. identify been saying for a very long time, people ignore th
CNN
Oct 7, 2012 12:00pm PDT
the elections or when the new congress convenes in late january. lame in either case. but by then it could be too late for the economy, and that's because companies don't like uncertainty, ali, and some say they're already holding back on hiring. we can't have an economic recovery without job creation. >> with a looming economic disaster like the fiscal cliff, you would have expected the topic to top the presidential debate. i was waiting for the question. i wanted to know the leadership they were going to take. you have devised a word cloud from that first debate, and it turns out the words most uttered -- well, the words most uttered were the big ones. people, medicare, governor, obviously, romney. what jumps out? i don't know, but what doesn't jump out is the words fiscal cliff. neither president obama nor mitt romney mentioned it at all during wednesday's debate. i was kind of amazed, christine. i was amazed to have a debate focused on the economy and not one word about how these guys would avert the fiscal cliff, ask frankly, not one question from the moderator about the most serious
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